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We help people inprove their health with doTerra essential oils.  To find out more or to place an order, visit my site at: doTerra

Medicare resource pages:
Medicare web site: www.medicare.gov. For information about Medicare, click on this site or call 1-800-633-4227
A Guide for Families and Friends of People with Medicare

Insurance resource links:
Ohio Department of Insurance: http://insurance.ohio.gov/Pages/default.aspx

 

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http://www.nahu.org/ Promotes activities and ethical conduct of Insurance professionals.

Disability Awareness and Assessment tools
Disability assessment tool: http://www.mutualofomaha.com/disability-insurance/plan/needs-assessment-calc.php
Disability awareness: http://www.diawareness.com/. Find out why disability insurance is so important.

Long Term Care Articles
Legal deductions for 2014: http://longtermcareinsurancepartner.com/long-term-care-insurance/2014-long-term-care-insurance-tax-deduction
Articles from the Wall Street Journal: http://topics.wsj.com/subject/L/Long-Term-Care-Insurance/3168

You could be liable for your parent's long term care.
It's a whole new world of health care these days. If you've been in denial about having the talk between adult children and retired parents, or about the need to consider long-term care, this denial may cost you big time. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/you-could-be-liable-for-your-parents-long-term-care-2013-11-22

There are 15 ways to take care of your elderly parents

This is a great article for caretakers of parents or other family members.

 

Great video about what you need to know about long term care (use Chrome to view)

Today show video

Alzheimer epidemic video

Long term care: Ignore it at your own peril (Money Watch)
Planning for a retirement that can last 20 or 30 years is an ambitious task. You need reliable sources of retirement income that will cover your living expenses for the rest of your life, no matter how long you live, making sure you factor in future inflation, too. If you've done a good job with this difficult task, congratulations! But you're not finished yet. There's one more step to this task: Protect your good plans from getting blown up by potentially ruinous long-term care expenses.  http://www.cbsnews.com/news/long-term-care-ignore-it-at-your-own-peril/

Kiplinger Long Term Care Pro's and con's:
A comprehensive long-term care policy is the best defense against the cost of a catastrophic illness and will preserve assets you want to leave to your children.  http://www.timesdispatch.com/business/kiplinger-s-the-pros-and-cons-of-long-term-care/article_8f4e5821-1623-5705-99bb-63641734f129.html

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